Windows Threats Removing
Despite the best efforts of the online security industry to secure the exact opposite, many consumers continue to fall victim to the insidious lie of rogue antispyware applications such as Windows Threats Removing. This threat in particular emanates from the same despicable family of well known and much despised rogues as Windows Remedy, Windows System Optimizator and Windows Troubles Remover. This alone is enough to justify having to remove Windows Threats Removing from the system without any more questions.
Windows Threats Removing makes use of established forms of infection, entering the system surreptitiously and without the consent of the user. Windows Threats Removing roots its infection in the system using seditious Trojans which are distributed via various underhanded tactics, including bundled software downloads and bogus online malware scanners.
Because this rogue’s infiltration of the system is done so furtively, it’s nearly impossible for the user to identify and remove Windows Threats Removing from the system without some type of help. In fact, the first clue the user will have of Windows Threats Removing’s presence on the system will come when it’s too late, as Windows Threats Removing prepares to start its attack on the PC. This will be heralded by the user receiving various fake security messages generated by Windows Threats Removing in an effort to create panic and confusion. These fake security alerts are never to be trusted, and users are urged to accept all correspondence received from Windows Threats Removing as highly suspicious. Be on the lookout for the following fake security alerts generated by Windows Threats Removing:
Microsoft Security Essentials Alert
Threat prevention solution found
System Security Warning
System component corrupted!
Of course none of the above fake alerts should enjoy any attention, as they are all utterly without any merit and completely baseless. PC owners who did not manage to get rid of Windows Threats Removing in time complained about various distressing symptoms, including being denied access to the Desktop. In order to restore access to the Desktop, follow these instructions carefully:
1. Reboot your system. You will find the Windows Threats Removing startup screen blocking access to your Desktop. Click the “OK” button to make it go away. The malware will start a fake system scan.
When all is said and done, you will only be able to regain complete control of your system if you immediately destroy Windows Threats Removing. This can be best achieved through making use of a genuine security tool which will not only obliterate Windows Threats Removing but also protect your system against future similar attacks.
Danger level: 9